||Weather Michigan is the ultimate Michigan internet weather site. A very comprehensive site that
is continually updated. Go here first for storm updates and great forecasts.
||One of the best online weather pages in
all of Michigan is at Up North Live out of Traverse City. Its
"Storm Team Weather" page has everything a skier needs: clickable radars, ski conditions, multiple
maps, and links to all the National Weather Service offices around the
||Since many of you will be heading into
northwest lower Michigan, here is the weather page of TV 9 &
10 out of Cadillac and Sault Ste. Marie. Covers
everything from Midland north. It's specialty is Doppler Radar, some at street level. The site is
updated every three hours.
||Intellicast has about the best look
Michigan Radar. You'll see a very nice map of the state with
all the precipitation patterns.
||Intellicast also has a
huge SKIcast with conditions and weather.
Part of that is weather imagery with
SNOWcast, which includes
graphics on temperatures, snow cover, wind chill, a storm tracker and more.
||For the "big picture," go to
the Skier's Forcast
from the Weather Channel. While you're there, look at the
"Customize your Homepage" option in the top left corner. This allows you to set up your own personal
weather home page.
||You might also want to check the roads
before going skiing. The Michigan State Police Weather & Highway website gives trouble spots, weather alerts, construction delays, and a lot of
travel and recreation information. You can also call the MSP Winter Travel Hotline at 1-800-381-8477.
Another information source about roads and travel is the Michigan Department of
Transportation website. AAA also has road information at
||And if you're just plain interested in
lake effect snow, check out the lake effect page of the National Weather Service in
Gaylord or USA
Today's Lake Effect page.